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Anderson, Jaynie (2021) The invention of curatorship in Australia, Review of: Recent Past. Writing Australian Art by Daniel Thomas, edited by Hannah Fink and Steven Miller, Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales/Thames and Hudson, 1 December 2020, pp. 348, 119 col. plates, 14 b. & w. illus., Aus. $. 64.99. ISBN. 9781741741506. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Avery-Quash , Susanna and Goodall, Elizabeth (2021) Crossing Borders to engage People through Art: Education and Outreach at Southampton City Art Gallery, 1974–2008. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Bartlová, Milena (2021) Max Dvořák in the 1960s: a re-construction of tradition. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Bell, Peter and Offert, Fabian (2021) Reflections on connoisseurship and computer vision. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Berryman, Jim (2021) Bernard Smith and Robert Hughes: A Critical Dialogue. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Bojilova, Elvira (2021) The “value of drawing” and the “method of vision”. How formalism and connoisseurship shaped the aesthetic of the sketch. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Burnett, Andrew (2021) Coins and Winckelmann. Winckelmann and coins. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Chemburkar, Swati (2021) Heritage, history and heterotopia at Angkor Wat Review of: The second volume of Michael Falser, Angkor Wat: A Transcultural History of Heritage, Berlin/Boston Walter de Gruyter, 2020, Two Volumes, 1150 pp, approx.1500 photos/maps/illustration/sketches/notes, epilogues, bibliography, index, $198.99, ISBN 978-3-11-033572-9/ e-ISBN (PDF) 978-3-11-033584-2. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Cooperrider, Kensy (2021) The many meanings of a gestural motif. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Czwik, Barbara (2021) Max Dvořák, Rudolf Carnap and the question of Weltanschauung vs. Weltauffassung. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

De Mabro Santos, Ricardo (2021) ‘Square plans for a circular journey: remarks on the “decolonial” critique of art history’. Review of: Carolin Overhoff Ferreira, Decolonial Introduction to the Theory, History and Criticism of the Arts, Lulu.com, 2019, ISBN 9780244195182 paperback, ISBN 9780244795177 e-book, 356 pages, 93 b/w ill. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

De Moor, Hannah (2021) Netherlandish carved altarpieces: a historiographic overview with a focus on Sweden. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Demchuk, Stefaniia (2021) The Mannerist “revolution”, Dvořák and Soviet Art History. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Dixon, Susan M. (2021) Rodolfo Lanciani’s revenge. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Dupin de Beyssat, Claire (2021) Tracing the public of the first Parisian library for art and archaeology: on the readership at Doucet’s library (1910-1914). Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Feiman, Jesse (2021) The natural history of art: Adam von Bartsch and the taxonomic classification of prints. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Foletti, Ivan and Palladino, Adrien (2021) Nomadic arts in emigration: Russian diaspora, Czechoslovakia, and the broken dream of a borderless Europe (1918–45). Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Gatty, Fiona K. A. (2021) Re-dressing the balance: Winckelmann, Greek costume and the Ideal. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Gatty, Fiona K.A. and Smith, Amy C. (2021) Under the Greek sky: New approaches to Winckelmann’s reception and historiography (Introduction to a Journal of Art Historiography Special section). Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Gerát , Ivan (2021) Dvořák on the revolutionary temporalities of art. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Heyder, Joris Corin (2021) Doing connoisseurship. Yesterday, today, tomorrow. Introductory remarks. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Hoeniger, Cathleen (2021) ‘The art history and methodology of Millard Meiss and the question of his lukewarm reception in Italy’. Review of: Jennifer Cooke, Millard Meiss, American Art History, and Conservation: From Connoisseurship to Iconology and Kulturgeschichte, New York and London: Routledge, 2021, 219 pp., 11 b. & w. illus., ISBN 978-0-367-13834-9. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Horáček, Martin (2021) Max Dvořák: Catechism of Conservation for the twentieth and twenty-first centuries? Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Hrdličková, Tereza and Murár, Tomáš (2021) The Influence of the Vienna School of Art History II: The 100th Anniversary of Max Dvořák’s Death: Conference Report. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Hönes, Hans Christian (2021) ‘Out of the shadows? Discovering Mary Warburg’. Review of: Hedinger, Bärbel; Diers, Michael (Eds.): Mary Warburg. Porträt einer Künstlerin. Leben, Werk, München: Hirmer Verlag 2020, ISBN-13: 978-3-7774-3614-2, 535 S., EUR 68.00. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Hönes, Hans Christian (2021) ‘Painting Art History’. Review of: Léa Kuhn, Gemalte Kunstgeschichte. Bildgenealogien in der Malerei um 1800, Paderborn: Fink 2020, ISBN-13: 978-3-7705-6453-8, 333pp., EUR 69,00. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Johns, Karl (2021) Julius Lange (19 June 1838-20 August 1896). Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Johns, Karl (2021) Sidelight on an unwilling grey eminence - Schlosser as ‘Schlüsselfigur’. A paper originally presented at the conference Viennese Art Historiography 1854-1938, University of Glasgow, 1-4 October 2009. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Johns, Karl (2021) ‘Julius Schlosser breaks yet another barrier’. Review of: Julius von Schlosser, Art and Curiosity Cabinets of the Late Renaissance: A Contribution to the History of Collecting, edited by Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann, translation by Jonathan Blower, Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute, 2021, 222 pp., 7 colour and 103 b/w illustrations, 1 line drawing, paperback US $65.00, UK £55.00, ISBN 978-1-60606-665-2. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Ketelsen, Thomas and Golle, Uwe (2021) Connoisseurship today between “top-down design” and “bottom-up’ capabilities. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Kim, Allison (2021) Today as history: Vasari’s Naples Resurrection and visual memory. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Kobi , Valérie (2021) On spectacles and magnifying glasses: the connoisseur in action. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Kunińska, Magdalena (2021) Identity built on myth. Fact and fiction in the foundational narrative of the ‘Cracow School of Art History’ and its relations to Vienna. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Lange, Julius (2021) Attic Grave Stelae, tr. Karl Johns. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Lange, Julius (2021) Michelangelo and marble (Copenhagen Gads, 1876), tr. Karl Johns. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Lange, Julius (2021) The Hand on the Breast tr. Karl Johns. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Lange, Julius (2021) The History of a Motif, tr. Karl Johns. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Lange, Julius (2021) The history of an expression, tr. Karl Johns. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Leibetseder, Stefanie (2021) Wilhelm Vöge’s sonnet “On the platform of Strasbourg Cathedral” and his monograph on Niclas Hagnower. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Lissamore, Katie and Franklin, Jonathan (2021) Art history scholarship between the 1820s and 1870s: contextualising the Eastlake library at the National Gallery, London. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Marchand, Eckart (2021) Studying gestures in art. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Marchand, Eckart (2021) Apostles of Good Taste? The use and perception of plaster casts in the Enlightenment. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Markója, Csilla (2021) Everyday life at the Dvořák Seminar, on the basis of contemporary sources. Addenda to the history of the Vienna School of Art History. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Massa, Silvia (2021) “Il più bello gabinetto delle stampe che esiste”: a (failed) project for the Ortalli collection of prints at the Biblioteca Palatina in Parma. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Mateo, Matilde (2021) 'A fresh look at Spain: urban views through foreign and domestic gazes (16th-19th centuries)'. Review of: Imago Urbis. Las ciudades españolas vistas por los viajeros (siglos XVI-XIX), Luis Sazatornil Ruiz and Vidal de la Madrid Álvarez (eds), Gijón (Asturias): Ediciones Trea and Museo de Bellas Artes de Asturias, 2019, 694pp., 412 col. Illus., €60.00 pbk ISBN 978-84-17987-45-9. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Murár, Tomáš (2021) Max Dvořák’s Michelangelo. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Musto, Jeanne-Marie (2021) Introduction: ‘Historic libraries and the historiography of art’: articles arising from sessions held at the 107th College Art Association Annual Conference, New York, 13-16 February 2019, and the 108th College Art Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 12-15 February 2020. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Nelson, Robert (2021) ‘Byzantium in Brno: joining an Eastern and Western Middle Ages’. Review of: Byzantium or democracy? Kondakov’s legacy in emigration: the Institutum Kondakovianum and Andre Grabar, 1925-1952 by Ivan Foletti and Adrien Palladino, Rome: Viella, Brno: Masaryk University Press, 2020, 211pp, 381 b. & w. illus. € 25.00 ISBN 9788833134963. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Pluhařová-Grigienė, Eva (2021) ‘Unearthing the legacies of art historiography during the Post-War decades’. Review of: A Socialist Realist History? Writing Art History in the Post-War Decadesedited by Krista Kodres, Kristina Jõekalda, Michaela Marek, Wien, Köln, Weimar: Böhlau Verlag, 2019, 279 pp., 35 b/w illustrations, ISBN 978-3-412-51161-6 (=Robert Born, Michaela Marek, Ada Raev: Das östliche Europa: Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, vol. 9). Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Rampley, Matthew (2021) Agency, affect and intention in art history: some observation. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Rosenberg, Raphael (2021) Delineating the history of art literature by genre: Julius von Schlosser revisited. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Sarafianos , Aris (2021) Convenient misunderstandings: Winckelmann’s History of Art and the reception of meteorocultural models in Britain. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Schott, G.D. (2021) Four colours and the visual separation of adjacent areas: lessons from mapping and ancient paintings. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Sisa, József (2021) ‘Ludwig Hevesi and art in fin-de-siècle Vienna’. Review of: Ilona Sármány-Parsons, Bécs művészeti élete Ferenc József korában, ahogy Hevesi Lajos látta [The artistic life in Vienna in Franz Joseph’s time, as seen by Lajos Hevesi]. Budapest: Balassi Kiadó, 2019, 472 pp, 336 col. and b. & w. illus., bibliography, index, HUF 6,900 hdbk, ISBN 978-963-456-057-9. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Smith, Amy C. (2021) Winckelmann’s influence on the Neoclassical reception of Greek vases. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Spaulding, Daniel (2021) Panofsky’s Antinomies. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Vaneyan, Stepan (2021) ‘Wien oder Salzburg?’: late Sedlmayr as a symptom and cure. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Warren, Kate (2021) Tracing cultural values through popular art historiographies: Australian popular magazines and the visual arts. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Witte, Arnold (2021) ‘The fringes in and of art historiography in post-1945 Europe’. Review of: Noemi de Haro García, Patricia Mayayo and Jesús Carrillo (eds.), Making Art History in Europe after 1945, New York/London: Routledge, 2020. ISBN 978-0-8153-9379-6. (Hardback) £ 120; ISBN 9781351187596 (eBook) £ 33.29. Journal of Art Historiography (24). ISSN 2042-4752

Švácha, Rostislav (2021) A higher architectural unity”: Max Dvořák on new buildings in historical settings. Journal of Art Historiography (25). ISSN 2042-4752

Book

Allen, Dave (2021) B4B4HS2: The Eastside Grid Project | 2020. Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography . Birmingham Photographic Grid Project, Birmingham.

Conference or Workshop Item

Greenham, Sarah and Ferranti, Emma and Quinn, Andrew and Workman, Robin and McPherson, Kevin and Dora, John and Street, Roger and Packham, Karen and Baxter, Will (2021) Adaptation for transport resilience to climate change in low-income countries in Africa and South Asia. In: 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), 31/10/2021 - 12/11/2021, Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Quinn, Andrew and Greenham, Sarah and Ferranti, Emma and Workman, Robin (2021) Supporting adaptation for transport resilience to climate change in low-income countries in Africa and South Asia. In: 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), 31/10/2021 - 12/11/2021, Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Manuscript

Dainton, M (2021) Plan S briefing for Academic Staff - December 2020. [Manuscript] (Unpublished)

Monograph

Acton, Joe and Anderson, Paul and Andres, Lauren and Angus, Michael and Amor, Peter and Arrowsmith, Jane (Ed) and Asmelash, Henok and Bartington, Suzanne (Ed) and Bengtsson, Fredrik and Bhullar, Lovleen and Bloss, William and Bonet, Berta and Börner, Susanne and Bonsu, Nana O and Bryson, John R and Burns, Victoria and Burrows, Alexander and Calvert, Charles and Cassidy, Nigel and Čavoški, Aleksandra and Chadyiwa, Martha and Chapman, Henry and Chapman, Lee and Cockram, Matthew and Degendardt, Lisa and Dickinson, David and Ding, Yulong and Dobryzynski, Dion and Dolo , Mapaseka and Dora, John and Ercolani, Marco and Ersoy, Aksel and Farag, Hisham and Ferranti, Emma and Fisher, Rachel and Freer, Martin and Goldmann, Nicola and Goode, Charles Edward and Greenham, Sarah and Gulati, Steve and Hadfield-Hill, Sophie and Harper, Gavin and Hegerl, Gabi and Hillmansen, Stuart and Holmes, John and Huang, Jinhui Jeanne and Huser, Camille and Jackson, Rob and Jaroszweski, David and Jefferson, Ian and Johnson, Jack and Kaewunruen, Sakdirat and Kelly-Akinnuoye, Firsola and Keules, Graeme and Kraftl, Peter and Krause, Stefan and Leckebusch, Gregor C. and Lee, Robert and Lockwood, Beck (Ed) and Lohse, Johannes and Luna-Diez, Estrella and Lynch, Iseult (Ed) and MacKenzie, Rob and Maddison, David and Makepeace, Josh and Mann, Victoria and Marino, Rodrigo and Mavronicola, Natasa and McDonald, Megan and McGowan, Kate (Ed) and Metje, Nicole and Ng, Kelvin and Nicol, Jane and O'Sullivan, Cliona and Phalkey, Neelambari and Prestwood, Emily and Pyatt, Nick and Quinn, Andrew and Radcliffe, Jonathan (Ed) and Ravi, Manoj and Reardon, Louise and Reeder, Tim and O' Regan, Paul and Remedios, Louisa and Roberts, Jon and Rogers, Chris and Rungkunroch, Panrawee and van Schaik, Willem and Swan, Jeremy (Ed) and Thomson, Ian and Toft, Helen (Ed) and Tong, Jiadong and Villagrana, Fernando Botello and Walton, Allan and Wason, Caera (Ed) and Weir, Catherine and Wood, Ruth and Zhong, Jian (2021) Addressing the climate challenge. Other. University of Birmingham, Birmingham.

Ainalis, Daniel and Bardhan, Ronita and Bell, Keith and Cebon, David and Czerniak, Mike and Farmer, J. Doyne and Fitzgerland, Shaun and Galkowski, Krzysztof and Grimshaw, Samuel and Harper, Gavin and Hunt, Hugh and Jennings, Neil and Keshav, Srinivasan and Mackie, Erik and Maroto-Valer, Mercedes and Michalopoulou, Eleni and Reay, David and Seddon, Nathalie and Smith, Stephen M. and Smith, Tristan and Simpson, Kate and Stranks, Samuel D. and Tennyson, Elizabeth M. and Uekert, Taylor and Vera-Morales, Maria and Woodcock, James (2021) Net-zero solutions and research priorities in the 2020s. Discussion Paper. COP26 Universities Network .

Ferranti, E.J.S and Futcher, J. and Salter, K. and Hodgkinson, S.P.B and Chapman, L. (2021) First Steps in Urban Heat for Built Environment Practitioners. Technical Report. Trees and Design Action Group.

Ferranti, E.J.S. and Acton, W.J.F. and Lindop, A. and Wolstoncroft, M. and Han, U.P. and Levine, J.G. and MacKenzie, A.R. and Grayson, N. (2021) Urban design for air quality. Technical Report. University of Birmingham.

Gillborn, David and Bhopal, Kalwant and Crawford, Claire E. and Demack, Sean and Gholami, Reza and Kitching, Karl and Kiwan, Dina and Warmington, Paul (2021) Evidence for the commission on race and ethnic disparities. Working Paper. University of Birmingham.

Goodyear, V.A and Boardley, I and Chiou, S and Fenton, S.A.M and Stathi, A and Wallis , G.A and Veldhuijzen van Zanten, J.J.C.S and Wood, G.E.R and Thompson, J.L (2021) Guidelines for using social media to inform behaviours related to physical activity, diet and quality of life. Documentation. University of Birmingham, UK.

Levine, James and Brown, Yvonne and MacKenzie, A. Robert (2021) Green Infrastructure for Roadside Air Quality (GI4RAQ) guidance & decision tree: an evidence-based approach to reducing roadside exposure to road transport pollution. Technical Report. University of Birmingham .

Shi, Zongbo and Xu, Jingsha and Harrison, Roy and William , Bloss and Allen, James and Barratt, Benjamin and Coe, Hugh and Doherty, Ruth and Fu, Pingqing and Grimmond, Sue and Guan, Dabo and Guo, Xinbiao and Hamilton, Jacqui and He, Kebin and Heard, Dwayne and Hewitt, Nick and Jones, Rod and Kalberer, Markus and Kelly, Frank and Lee, James and Lewis, Ally and Li, Jie and Loh, Miranda and Miller, Markus and Monks, Paul and Netmitz, Eiko and Palmer, Paul and Reeves, Claire and Longyi, Shao and Sun, Zhiwei and Tao, Shu and Tong, Shengrui and Whalley, Lisa and Wang, Xinming and Wild, Oliver and Wu, Zhijun and Xie, Pinhua and Zhang, Qiang and Zheng, Mei and Zhu, Tong (2021) Atmospheric pollution and human health in a Chinese megacity (APHH-Beijing) programme: final report. Working Paper. University of Birmingham.

Walton, Allan (Lead Academic / Commissioner / Writing Team) and Anderson, Paul (Lead Academic / Commissioner / Writing Team) and Harper, Gavin (Commissioner / Writing Team) and Mann, Vicky (Policy Commission Manager / Writing Team) and Beddington, John (Chair) and Abbott, Andy (Commissioner) and Bloodworth, Andrew (Commissioner) and OudeNijeweme, Dave (Commissioner) and Schofield, Emma (Commissioner) and Wall, Frances (Commissioner) and Glover, Neil (Commissioner) and Chaddock, Rob (Commissioner) and Gross, Robert (Commissioner) and Lee, Robert (Commissioner) and Grimes, Robin (Commissioner) and Lewis, Rupert (Commissioner) and Gibson, Vernon (Commissioner) and McGuiness, Paul (Copyeditor) and Ogrin, Romana (Copyeditor) (2021) Securing technology-critical metals for Britain. Other. University of Birmingham, Birmingham.

时宗波, and 徐婧莎, and Harrison, Roy and Bloss, William and Allen, James and Barratt, Benjamin and Coe, Hugh and Doherty, Ruth and 傅平青, and Grimmond, Sue and 关大博, and 郭新彪, and Hamilton, Jacqui and 贺克斌, and Heard, Dwayne and Hewitt, Nick and Jones, Rod and Kalberer, Markus and Kelly, Frank and Lee, James and Lewis, Ally and 李杰, and Loh, Miranda and Miller, Markus and Monks, Paul and Netmitz, Eiko and Palmer, Paul and Reeves, Claire and 邵龙义, and 孙志伟, and 陶澍, and 佟胜睿, and Whalley, Lisa and 王新明, and 王学军, and Wild, Oliver and 吴志军, and 谢品华, and 张强, and 郑玫, and 朱彤, (2021) 中国超大城市空气污染和人体健康 (APHH-Beijing) 中英联合研究计划 最终报告. Working Paper. University of Birmingham.

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